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Simple yet addictive gameplay together with funky music and sound effects, cute characters and many achievements make SuperRope a game you wouldn’t want to miss! Your goal is simple: climb as high as you can while jumping from one rope to another and collecting evrything on Your way.
Sounds easy? Watch out for fragments of land, obstacles on ropes (be it deadly parrots,evil robots, etc.) and even falling pianos and anvils! Fortunately there is always help nearby. Power-ups like rockets, little helicopters, magnets and mag-rockets are here to help you achieve a higher score.
Along the way you should try to pick-up as many FunkyStars as you can because these can be used to buy various stuff in FunkyStore. Things like additional characters, backgrounds and a whole range of power-up upgrades can be bought. Each power-up or bonus can be upgraded 3 times.
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